Representatives of MSTU participated in Research Workshop «Logistics and environmental management of natural resources and transportation in the Arctic»
Research Workshop completed successfully at Molde University College in Norway within the project "Logistics and environmental management of natural resources and transportation in the Arctic"
Participants of the workshop were members of the international consortium: Molde University College in Norway, Centre for High North Logistics in Norway, Gubkin National University of Oil and Gas and Murmansk State Technical University.
The main objective of the project is to establish sustainable Norwegian-Russian academic cooperation in the field of logistics in the Arctic. Murmansk State Technical University was represented by the Head of the Department of Technosphere Safety Zhanna Vasilyeva. Within the Research Workshop participants evaluated the results of the project and planned the main objectives in 2020.
During Research Workshop students universities – participants attended an educational course of the Arctic logistics and learned basics of logistics in the Arctic, oil resources in the Arctic, the Northern Sea Route and its prospects, offshore oil and gas development, environmental protection at realization of logistic tasks, negotiations on northern territories and their social and economic development. Within the framework of the educational seminar our University successfully represented by the 6 -year student Stepan Dzaparov. ( he studies "Physical processes of mining and oil and gas production").
It should be mentioned that senior teacher of the Department of Mathematics, Information Systems and Software at MSTU Anton Skryabin is studying master 's degree program "Petroleum Logistics" at Molde University College.
All costs related to travel for Anton will be covered by the project. At the same time, it should be noted that graduates of this program of master 's degree of the University of Molde are in a high demand in Norway and Nordic countries due to the uniqueness of practical-oriented training of specialists.
Representatives of MSTU express their sincere gratitude to the initiator and the main driver of the project, professor of quantitative logistics of the University of Molde Irina Grybovskaya for active cooperation, warm meeting in Norway, her kindness and interesting classes.
At the end of the meeting, the participants decided to continue and expand cooperation between universities, as well as to continue work within the project "Logistics and environmental management of natural resources and transportation in the Arctic."